Media Placements – 09/13/2023
Eat This, Not That! shared 6 Flat-Belly Foods You Should Be Eating After 40 and mushrooms made the list. The story notes mushrooms as rich with flavor and fat-free, and also ideal for blending.
The Packer, Produce Blue Book, and Perishable News all featured a recent press release from the Mushroom Council showcasing the results of the Allrecipes campaign. The Packer noted, “The Mushroom Council’s partnership with one of the world’s largest digital food-media brands has proved fruitful.”
- 6 Flat-Belly Foods You Should Be Eating After 40 – Eat This, Not That!
- First Look: Good Friends Opens at Jackie O’s – Columbus Underground
- Use Portobello Mushrooms For Tasty Pizzas Without The Dough – Tasting Table
- 20 Quick Weeknight Recipes That Require Very Little Brain Power – MSN
- 19 High-Protein Sandwiches Without Meat – Eating Well
- 13 Easy-Peasy Stovetop Meals for Busy Weeknights – MSN
- Labor Day Meals, Sides, and Treats that Use End-of-Summer Produce! – One Green Planet
- Mushroom and Eggplant Yassa Recipe – New York Time Cooking
- The 17 Best Vegan Restaurants In Atlanta – The Infatuation Atlanta
- 30 Ways To Use Mushrooms – MSN
- How to Make Kasama’s Umami-Packed Mushroom Adobo at Home – Eater/MSN
- Vegan BBQ Mushroom Ribs – Food Network
- Show-Stopper Mushroom Pithivier Recipe – Tasting Table/MSN
- Vegan Mushroom Carbonara Recipe – Mashed
- Relax and Snack: 11 Low-Carb Choices for the Weekend – MSN
- Mushroom Council-Allrecipes partnership reaches consumers 50M times – The Packer
- Mushroom Council’s Partnership with Allrecipes to Date Reaches Consumers More than 50 Million Times – Perishable News
- Mushroom Council’s Allrecipes partnership reaches 50M+ consumers – Produce Blue Book
- Managing mushroom consumption in time-pressed households – Fresh Plaza
MUSHROOM COUNCIL SOCIAL/DIGITAL
This week’s top post includes two plant-based recipes perfect for an after-school snack or weekend night meal.
The views and opinions in the article links included in this email are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the views and opinions of the Mushroom Council.